GSECL Launches EPC Tender For 224 MW Solar Capacity

GSECL’s Planning & Project Department Seeking EPC Contractors To Set Up 224 MW AC Grid Connected Solar Power Capacity In Gujarat

GSECL Launches EPC Tender For 224 MW Solar Capacity

Broad scope of work for 224 MW AC solar capacity for which GSECL has launched an EPC tender, involves design, engineering, and commissioning. Pictured is Gopi Talav in Surat which is one of the 5 districts this solar capacity needs to be developed. (Photo Credit: District Administration Surat)

  • GSECL has launched a tender for 224 MW AC solar power capacity to be set up in Gujarat
  • Projects need to be set up in the capacity range of 10 MW to 55 MW capacity
  • These will be located in the 5 districts of Surendranagar, Morbi, Kutchh, Jamnagar and Surat

The Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Limited (GSECL) has solicited bids from EPC contractors to set up 224 MW AC grid connected solar PV capacity to be set up in various districts in the state of Gujarat.

Launched by the Planning and Project Department of independent power producer (IPP) GSECL, the 224 MW AC capacity needs to be developed with capacity ranging between 10 MW to 55 MW at various substations of Gujarat Energy Transmission Corporation Limited (GETCO).

Projects need to be developed in the districts of Surendranagar (42 MW+27 MW), Morbi (38 MW+51 MW), Kutchh (40 MW), Jamnagar (10 MW), and Surat (16 MW) districts. Broad scope of work is design, engineering, supply, procurement, installation, commissioning of the 224 MW AC capacity, along with its operation and maintenance (O&M).

Last date to submit bids is September 15, 2021, according to tender documents available on GSECL’s website.

This tender follows the EPC tenders for 112 MW and 200 MW solar power capacity GSECL launched in April 2021 (see India PV News Snippets: ReNew, GSECL, AEML, MNRE).

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